On “Lord, Deliver Me From Me”

 

Brilliantly simple, but surprisingly powerful,  

I found this to be one of the most practical, helpful  

books I have ever read.  

 

Written with wisdom, love and authenticity,  

there is nothing superfluous here.  

 

This is a handbook for every believer, written by a  

veteran missionary who is a pillar of integrity  

and a great inspiration to the spiritual leaders

who know her.

 

-John Dawson, President Emeritus,  

‘Youth With a Mission International’  

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Lord, Deliver Me From Me

 How to stop becoming your own worst enemy 

  a book

by Dr. Brenda Stratton 

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Transforming Lives Through The Renewing Of Our Minds & Attitudes      

Lord, Deliver Me From Me cover

 

 A step-by-step handbook here – full of life-changing questions and answers, with practical applications to achieving a fulfilling relationship with God, others, and yourself.

 

This author passionately takes readers through sobering self analysis and revelations to uncover true healing and pure joy in the Lord and boldly asks:    

–  Did you know that the way you handle the problems and issues in your life can be  the greatest hindrance in becoming the person you really want to become?  

–  It is not your parents, spouse, children, co-worker, friend, or even the enemy of your soul (Satan) that is the greatest stumbling block to your life. It is “You.”  

Have you ever wondered, “Why do I keep making the same wrong choices?” or  

“Why can’t I get over this pain?”

 

Lord, Deliver Me From Me will help you to examine some of the issues that keep you from moving on in your life, and give you practical steps to overcome them.  

 

This labor of love from Dr. Brenda Stratton addresses such dynamics as:

 

*  Forgiving myself  

       We may be able to forgive others, but most of the time we have a hard   

       time forgiving ourselves

*  What to do when we are angry at God

*  Getting rid of the skeleton in the closet

*  Moving on from toxic people 

 
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Dr. Brenda Stratton has a passion to see individuals released from the emotional pain in their lives so they can become what God has intended for their lives to be.  

 

She is a dynamic speaker and missionary who presents to churches, spiritual retreats, conferences, and business workshops throughout the United States and internationally.  

 

The founder of “Message to the Nations” and “Life Transformation Ministry” she brings emotional healing to the hurting, wounded, brokenhearted, and abused having served served over 2000 people through ministry, resulting in life-changing testimonies. Her credentials include a M.A. in Education and a Pd.D in Christian Education.   

 

Dr. Brenda currently resides in Chesapeake, Virginia.   

For more information or bookings, call 757-277-9714 or E-mail drbstratton@me.com  Mail address: P.O. Box 2694, Chesapeake, VA 23327.

Getting Rid of the Skeletons in the Closet

“You act like your father sometimes.”

I hated to hear these words each time my mother said them. Whenever I felt I was being attacked, I would make negative, cutting remarks, because I knew it might be true of me.

You may have heard someone say that you look like your grandmother or have characteristics like your Aunt Susie. Just as there are different kinds of inherited genetic or medical disease tendencies, such as heart disease or diabetes, there are also inherited ancestral sins, which is a heart tendency to get involved in certain sins found in your family line. For example, you may find your family members from different generations having the same common issue, such as addictions, divorce, anger, abuse, depression, etc.200704_114_Theological

What does generational sin look like? It is like walking outside and accidentally stepping on dog poop. We try vigorously to wipe it off and we think we have gotten it all off, only to step into the house and find ourselves still smelling of dog poop. This is the residue of sin lingering on you.

An Israeli proverb says, “The parents ate the sour grapes and the children had the bitter taste.” In a nutshell, it means that what was permitted in families can still be in effect today if we don’t get the right cure.

Just as we can change the condition of our physical bodies by taking control of our health, we can also put an end to the curses of our ancestral line by stopping them in our generation. God does not want us to continually carry sin and He made provision for us to be free. How do we stop it?

Steps to Stop Generational Sin.

  1. Acknowledge what the sin is and that you are aware of those tendencies in your bloodline.
  2. Recognize that someone must own this sin as his or hers and stand in the gap by confession.
  3. Forgive your ancestors for bringing this sin or sins into your family line and forgive yourself for participating in this sin.
  4. Stand against the sin

I will not participate with this sin nor have anything to do with it. I break all ties with this from my life and my family’s life because of what Jesus did for me on the Cross through His blood.

Prayer of Healing

I confess the sin of ________________ (name the sin) of my ancestors or parents and even myself. I forgive and release all those persons who brought this sin into my bloodline including myself. I renounce, break, and turn away from this sin of ______________ (name the sin) for myself, and my family, because of the Cross and Jesus’ shed blood. By faith I receive freedom from the sins and curses surrounding them.

In Jesus’ Name, Amen.

Deliver Me from Me

I thought I should reblog this post as I am in the midst of completing my book, Deliver Me from Me. Coming soon!

Dr Brenda Stratton

One day, I was driving in my car and I had been struggling over writing a book. The Lord said to me, “I want you to write a book called Deliver Me from Me.”

Deliver Me from Me is my journey and the transformation of my soul.

The greatest gift God has given us is the ability to forget. If we were to remember all our painful experiences, disappointments and shame in our conscious everyday life; we will go crazy. So we bury those painful experiences without ever dealing with it, and later on in life, they come up at the most in opportune time to affect us. Every experience we have ever had, has molded our personality and makes us act the way we do.

“Inner healing does not erase the memory or change our personal history. Rather, it enables us to cherish even the worst moments in…

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